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Malcom Floyd

Professional Football

High School:  Rivier City
College:  Wyoming

* NFL Playing Career:  12 Years (San Diego)

321 Career Receptions

* 5,550 Career Yards

* 34 Career Touchdowns

All-Mountain West

Malcom was a two-sport star with blazing speed at River City High School. He was an All-League and All-Metro performer in Football and All-League in Basketball.  He attended the University of Wyoming. He was a First-Team All-Mountain West Conference selection as a sophomore. Malcom had 186 catches for 2,411 yards and 14 touchdowns during his college career.


Going undrafted out of college, Malcom was signed by the San Diego Chargers in 2004. He started against the Kansas City Chiefs in the final regular season game that season and caught his first NFL touchdown, a 13-yard pass from Philip Rivers which also happened to be Rivers’ own first career touchdown. In 2006, Floyd had his first 100 yard receiving game against the Cincinnati Bengals as he totaled 109 yards.


Floyd had a run of great years from 2009-2014 where had at least 700 yards per season except 2013 when he was injured. His best were 2011 and 2014 when he had a career high of 856 yards in each of those seasons. He averaged over 19 yards per catch. It was the ninth highest average in Chargers team history.  


During the 2011 season Malcom performed an incredible feat when 41 of his 43 catches went for first downs. The 95.3 percent clip was the second highest in NFL history. In 2014, he led the team in receiving yards for the second time in three seasons while catching six touchdowns.  


Malcom was a key receiver for Rivers and the Chargers throughout his career. If it wasn’t for seemingly constant injuries, he would have been a perennial pro bowl award winner. Floyd retired in 2015 and played all 11 years with the Chargers.

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